It's an impossibly complicated question, but as smartphone specs continue to converge, we look at the areas in which our mobile gadgets could innovate in the near future.» Read Article
Our sister site SearchConsumerization takes a look at how Google and Apple are both throwing a bone to the enterprise with their forthcoming mobile OS updates.
Yesware is a nifty productivity booster that lets enterprise users see who is clicking on and engaging with their emails.
The new SquareOne app does an admirable job of silencing the noise of an everyday inbox. For any iPhone and Gmail user that's flooded with emails they don't actually care about, it's worth a look.
Our recent article comparing the differences between Android and iOS sparked a heated debate in the Brighthand forum on the relative value of both platforms, and particularly on their ease of use.
Judging by its new features, Apple iOS 8 is all about connectivity and communication between not only users, but apps and other programs, and it's obvious that Apple is looking to bring its mobile and desktop platforms together.
Google Drive's word processing functionality has been spun out into a new app called Google Docs. We take it for a spin and see if anything's changed.
For newbies, it's easy to assume that the difference between owning an iOS device and an Android device is like night and day. In reality, it's not.
It's common knowledge that a new iPhone (or two) will arrive by year's end, but a steady stream of rumors are slowly piecing together what Apple may have up its sleeve. Here's what we think we know about the forthcoming flagship.
As one of the few free PDF converters available in the iOS App Store, smartSCAN allows users to turn any document into a PDF file with just their iPhone.
Smartphones are not all alike, nor are smartphone users. Subtle differences in the design, UI, and services make some smartphones better suited for certain tasks than others, while the demands on moms, dads, and grads vary significantly.
Microsoft Office Mobile for iOS and Android is now free, but how useful is it on a small touchscreen? Can users actually work from their smartphones in a pinch?
Billed as "a timer that will track and increase your productivity without burnout," Focus Keeper is more than a simple stopwatch app.
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